Jay Alexander


Jay Alexander Poems

1. Ravenna 12/23/2013
2. Italian Morning. 12/23/2013
3. Twenty Fifth Street 1/24/2014
4. Maidan Square, Kiev 20.2.14 4/19/2014
5. The Great Library Burn 1/6/2016
6. The Bind 1/6/2016
7. Room 888 1/6/2016
8. Bingo! 1/6/2016
9. Cartography 1/6/2016
10. Ruined 1/6/2016
11. Notes From A Darker Ground 1/6/2016
12. Land Job 1/6/2016
13. Variations - Distances 1/6/2016
14. Somewhere Else…... 1/6/2016
15. The Plastic Swan And Rubber Duck 1/6/2016
16. Metaphysics In Winter 1/6/2016
17. The Bored. A Pindaric Ode 1/6/2016
18. Causality 1/6/2016
19. April 1/6/2016
20. Over Wind! 1/6/2016
21. Alpha Beaters 1/6/2016
22. Autumn 2/24/2012
23. The Lesson 2/24/2012
24. Timeless 11/26/2013
25. I Know A Girl......... 12/11/2013
26. For K. 12/11/2013
27. The Measure 12/11/2013
28. Fish Stones 12/11/2013
29. Canal Blues 1/6/2016
30. Ted 1/6/2016
31. Narrow 1/6/2016
32. Arise 1/6/2016
33. The War Of The Whorls 1/6/2016
34. The Clays 5/8/2017
35. Time Traveler 5/8/2017
36. Resurrection 5/8/2017
37. Alchemy 5/8/2017
38. Changeling 5/8/2017
39. With Apologies To Pushkin 5/8/2017
40. Hommage To Alberto Giacometti 5/8/2017

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Best Poem of Jay Alexander

Orchard

Orchard

The manicured garden
With fountain spouting
Brilliant light, gives no sense
That the wood backstops
An orchard beyond.
The couple run, almost slide,
Down sloping green, she
Faster than him,
Cuts through the wood,
Ducking low hung branches,
Bursts onto the
Orchard, which slopes upwards.
He catches her fleetingly,
Among the apple trees,
Then disappearing over the
Hill's brow.
Breathless he's up there too,
But where is she?
She's scaled a low stone wall,
And walks along a path
Towards the sea,
Stopping by ...

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There Were Horses

And there were horses on
That day,
And the winds were blowing
The birds at play;
There was nothing we
Could say.

The houses stood forlorn,
And the children seemed

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